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Photo Caption: Old pic of my aquarium. I removed everything and left the tank bare now. Right only has one Pearlscale and few corals to stabilise the pH.
7 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Old pic of my aquarium. I removed everything and left the tank bare now. Right only has one Pearlscale and few corals to stabilise the pH.

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Country: Malaysia
Description: Classica Fishtank. Came with some cheap power filter. Upgraded to overhead filter but still not enough for my Pearlscale. Planning to get canister filter soon.
Advice: Do your research before getting your first fish!
Fish Kept: Pearlscale, Betta and Gourami.
Corals/Plants: None. I am more interested in having fish.
Tank Size: 7 gallons
About Yourself: Always liked fishes. My dad used to rear many snakehead and catfish when i was young. I love predator fish but i am going to concentrate on Pearlscale Goldfish for the moment.

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